Hardline Hurriyat Conference, led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani, on Tuesday appealed to Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan to take bold steps to resolve the Kashmir issue for peace, prosperity and development in the sub-continent.
Chairman of moderate Hurriyat Conference Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Friday said the outstation students at NIT here are safe and asked them to concentrate on their studies rather than playing in the hands of "opportunists" and "divisive forces".
A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi advocated peaceful resolution of problems with Pakistan, moderate Hurriyat Conference on Friday said it is willing to extend cooperation in all such endeavours that would be aimed at the resolution of Kashmir issue.
In the wake of Lahore suicide bombing, Kashmiri separatists on Monday said terrorism in "any form and at any place" is condemnable and asked the international community to make combined efforts to curb the "menace" of terrorism which has no place in Islam.
A complete shutdown is being observed across Kashmir on Saturday against the crackdown on the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students and former Delhi University Professor SAR Geelani who have been slapped with charges of sedition by the Centre.
The recommendations of the Parliamentary Panel headed by member parliament Awais Ahmad Leghari depicts an apologetic policy and it cannot be named more than this that it is an attempt to appease India, Geelani said.
Hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Saturday said the chances of Islamic State expanding its operations to Kashmir were "almost zero" and dismissed the terror outfit's reported claims in this regard.
The Jammu and Kashmir High Court today granted bail to hardline separatist leader Masarat Alam, who was arrested in April this year for allegedly hoisting Pakistani flag and chanting anti-national slogans.
The moderate separatist group in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday urged the top political brass of India and Pakistan to ensure that "rabble-rousers" in both countries are not allowed to vitiate the "atmosphere of peace" emerging after the recent thaw in Indo-Pak relations.
Separatist groups on Saturday hit out at former chief minister Farooq Abdullah for his statement on Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, claiming it was far from ground reality in the state.